Posted 2 hours ago, and apparently annotating these videos has become worth of regular FP content. I’m going to set the O/U on the regurgitating of this on the FP at tomorrow morning; place your bets, folks.
Working on a full review write-up, but enjoy this very weirdly auto-edited iPhone picture for now of a Cayman GTS in front of a rural German church.
Doing a little trip through Germany and Switzerland with a buddy, with a stop in Stuttgart on our way to Frankfurt to fly home. Next friday we’ve got a full day and 500km with a 718 Cayman GTS rented from the Porsche Museum. I am mildly excited, to say the least.
What an absolute bar of soap of a race, as usual.
It is with great trepidation that I am posting my 2004 GT3 for sale! I haven’t been driving much since getting the Turbo and going to get something even more track focused to replace it. $46k for just the car with OEM wheels and seats, $54k with Tequipment bar, GT3 Euro seats, Forgeline wheels, TR Motorsports forged…
Apostrophe added because I can’t seem to find this car in any of their materials online. I know there is definitely one, maybe two running around here, but this isn’t the color or wheel setup either of those had. Would be really weird if someone had a really high-quality build like this done but then stuck a spoofed…
‘02 530i M-Sport, sunroof delete (eat your hearts out, fanboys, I still don’t get it), 129k miles. Perfect for hauling a carseat around. Enjoying having a comfortable daily for the first time in a while!
So I bought my 996 a year ago having told my wife that a baby seat would fit in the back. This was not a lie! (I believed it!) It was not, however, exactly correct either. A front-facing child seat fits in a 996; a rear-facing infant seat, however, does not.
All searches return ‘Nothing found’. Anyone else experiencing this? Clearly their IT department is goofing off watching Opening Day like me.
Volts wagen would make for a great marketing campaign for an electric VW, though.
But not quite.
“This wagon is technically a 1-Owner vehicle until I recently transferred the title over in my name making it a 2-Owner vehicle.” This is a supreme butchering of the English language. Nice car, but crackpipe price:
1987 325is, 5-speed
These wheels are a dead ringer for the $98 wheels people buy at Discount Tire for their 2004 Camry after bending a wheel because they drove directly over a pothole (having seen it and possessing the ability to avoid it) and thought it would be fine and just need the cheapest option available.
Mazda Miata215,364 produced
Lexus LFA (2011 - 2012)
$350,000 - $500,000(base)
$800,000 - $1,000,000 (Nurburgring)
High observed sale is $918,500 for a 2012 Nurburgring package car at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in January 2019
The new Toyota Supra and current-gen Acura NSX may have made a name for themselves…
Lexus LX (450/470)
2000 - 2005
Garage Queens: $10-15k
High sale is a 72k mile ‘02 SportCross (wagon) for $15.5k on @bringatrailer in August of 2018
Lexus’s timing couldn’t have been more fortuitous with the first generation IS. The sport compact scene was in full swing when the first MY 2000 IS300s hit US shores,…